Their music is original, with a sound of today's new rock: alternative pop and punk mixed with an aggressive female lead vocalist. CREEP was established in '92 under a different name, after working hard on their repertoire for almost one year, they released the video of SOME DAY - their single, which aired on European MTV in The summer of '93. That same year, CREEP toured Europe making a name for themselves. After returning to the USA, the group was featured on "Larry King Live" and "Entertainment Tonight". By the end of '93 through the present, CREEP has played LA clubs such as The Dragonfly, The Whiskey a Go Go, Billboard Live, The PlayRoom, and The Martini Lounge being at the forefront of their genre.
CREEP's first album, All the Pigs, came in '94, containing raw alternative, punkish hard songs, which was produced by Steve Plunket. CREEP's performances continued as the band began to plan their European Tour for the year. The All the Pigs single and video aired in the touring countries and enjoyed tremendous popularity. Over 10,000 copies of All the along with $50,000 worth of touring merchandise. Every performance received radio, television and press coverage, as well as the tour being made in to a documentary film.
After returning once again to LA, CREEP started writing new material and within eight months they wrote and release the first edition of their album - What's Wrong With Myself. In August '95, CREEP embarked on yet another European Tour, lasting two months and being their most successful tour to date. They played to larger audiences than their previous tours combined and signed a record contract with ARA Records of Eastern Europe. The album sold more than 40,000 copies and sold out the limited supply of their first album - All the Pigs.
In late '96 CREEP signed a new contract with AVEX TRAXS (Japan), Diehard/Lucky Seven Records (Scandinavia) and Benelux (France & Germany). The new, re-mastered version of the album What's Wrong With Myself for Lucky Seven Records, contained a special artwork packaging, including three (3) new tracks. The album was released in '98 in Germany and a European Tour followed in July/August '98. The band headlined the tour and opened two shows for well known American bands such as Life of Agony and Head-PE.
CREEP has worked with such artists as Steve Stevens and producer Retth Lawrence, as well as appearing on Jean Paul Gautier's London based TV show on the BBC called Euro Trash. In addition, CREEP appeared in Billboard Magazine and played at the famed Billboard Live. CREEP finished their third album, which is self titled CREEP.
More recently CREEP has been featured as ROCKCOOL.com's Spotlight band for March, winning ROCKCOOL.com's online Raw Talent contest. In addition the USA Network's music television and website FARMCLUB.com has interviewed the band with Matt Pinfield. Stay tuned CREEP will play live on the FARMCLUB this summer. CREEP will be embarking on a new year 2000 tour. Beginning in Hollywood then to Europe for shows opening for legendary bands like ZZTop, Iron Maiden, and Motorhead, plus headlining their own shows throughout Europe. Ending in Hollywood in late summer/early fall.